Definition of Outdrunk

1. outdrink [v] - See also: outdrink



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outdrunk

outdresses
outdressing
outdrew
outdrink
outdrinking
outdrinks
outdriven
outdrives
outdriving
outdrop
outdropped
outdropping
outdrops
outdrove
outdrunk (current term)
outduel
outdueled
outdueling
outduelled
outduelling
outduels
outdure
outdured
outdures
outduring
outdwell
outdweller
outdwellers
outdwells

Literary usage of Outdrunk

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1. Æneas Silvius (Enea Silvio De' Piccolomini--Pius II.): Orator, Man of by William Boulting (1908)
"8 He tells us of a Leipzig student ' who was held in high honour by his fellows, for he had outdrunk fifty of them, and so bore the palm. ..."

2. The Golden Colony, Or, Victoria in 1854: With Remarks on the Geology of the by George Henry Wathen (1855)
"The man drinks, and drinks, and drinks till he has outdrunk his gold; or perhaps, worse, —till he is arrested by the horrors of delirium tremens. ..."

3. The Golden Colony, Or, Victoria in 1854: With Remarks on the Geology of the by George Henry Wathen (1855)
"The man drinks, and drinks, and drinks till he has outdrunk his gold ; or perhaps, worse, —till he is arrested by the horrors of delirium tremens. ..."

4. The Yellow Van by Richard Whiteing (1903)
"... and outdrunk the Magyars, and generally had a deuce of a life. It 's killing, I 'm told, to catch him in one of his familiar haunts in town. ..."

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